Princes’ Islands

Cruise in Marmara Sea to Büyükada, the largest of the Princes’ Islands, the charming summer resort with its mansions and monasteries. Taking a tour around the Island. Lunch at a typical seaside restaurant. Return by boat.
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Archaeological Museum

Museum of Ancient Oriental Works with artefacts from Anatolia, Mesopotamia and from pre-Islamic Egypt and Arabian Peninsula, the Archaeological Museum with artefects from the prehistoric times to Ottoman period with wide selection of unique sarcophagus such as Sarcophagus of Alexander the Great, Tiled Kiosk Museum with the collection of about 2000 tiles and ceramic artefacts
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In the Footsteps of Dan Brown’s ‘Inferno’

Hagia Sophia Mosque, former Orthodox patriarchal basilica, the Archaeological Museum with artefacts from the prehistoric times to Ottoman period with wide selection of unique sarcophagus such as Sacrophagus of Alexander the Great, The Basilica Cistern which is subterranean wonder and one of the biggest of Istanbul’s surviving Byzantine sites.
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Classical Istanbul Tour

Visiting the splendours of Istanbul: the ‘Hippodrome’, the scene of the chariot races and the centre of Byzantine civic life with its Serpentine Column, Egyptian Obelisk, the Walled Obelisk and the German Fountain; the ‘Blue Mosque’ (Sultan Ahmet Camii) famous for its blue tiles, Aya Sofya Camii (the ‘Basilica of Saint Sophia’,  the 6th century
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Bosphorus Cruise

Visiting the Old Spice Market (the Egyptian Bazaar). Taking the ferryboat or private motorboat excursion along the European and Asian coasts of the Bosphorus for about 2 hours. Returning to the city centre after visiting the Rumeli Hisarı (European Fortress) one of the beautiful examples of military architecture.
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